HMY Yachts adds South Carolina office

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HMY Yachts, which has 11 locations and 45 yacht brokers on its staff, is opening a new office in Kiawah Island, S.C.

Located near the Kiawah Island Golf Resort, the office will represent the new-yacht brands Viking Yachts, Cruisers Yachts, Princess Yachts, Horizon Yachts and Arcadia Yachts and will offer brokerage yachts and services.

The office is at Bohicket Marina and will cater to all of Seabrook Island and Kiawah Island. Tim Gredick and Nicholas MacPherson of HMY Charleston will be the yacht sales professionals at the new location.

“We are delighted to be expanding our sales and brokerage business to Kiawah Island,” Steve Moynihan, president and owner of HMY Yachts, said in a statement. “Some of the best billfish tournaments in the world take place off of the coast of South Carolina, and the location of our facility gives us access to both the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway. We already have a strong presence in Charleston, and Kiawah Island now gives us the opportunity to better serve our coastal customers that live here or visit yearly and expand our motoryacht business, in particular.”

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